Arab sector to launch strike, protests if budget demands not met
Analysis: The fall of a symbol
Netanyahu in Milan: Israel's contributions to world far outweigh efforts to isolate it
UTJ Council of Torah Sages allows Litzman to become health minister
Jerusalem once again celebrates sacred music
‘We’ will connect
Concert review: English Indie band Alt-J rocks Israel
Tour Israel: Up, up and (almost) away
Gerbi’s Worlds medal hopes dashed in quarterfinals
Maccabi Tel Aviv dealt daunting yet fair draw
Israel’s national football team heads to Spain for first int'l showdown
Commentary: Maccabi Tel Aviv basks in group stage glory
Honenu: Police raid right-wing conference, arrest five
Hamas claims IDF took terrorist's body instead of Israeli soldier's during 2014 Gaza war
UN to decide September 15 on whether to raise Palestinian flag at headquarters
UNRWA: Facebook page with racist posts isn’t ours
Abbas rescinds decision to shut down Geneva Initiative branch in Ramallah
WATCH: Hamas reveals 'commando tunnel unit' in new propaganda clip
Orthodox Jews in US are more like Evangelicals than other American Jews, Pew study finds
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Analysis: Is ISIS here to stay in the Middle East?
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Syria's Assad signals little chance of alliance against Islamic State
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Swiss envoy: Invest in Iran, Middle East's 'pole of stability'
Risk of another autism spectrum disorder child after a first one is much lower than presumed
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Israel likely to be water-stressed in 2040, study finds
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Global agenda: Move along
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08.28.2015 | 13 Elul, 5775
"In this investigation we have seen again very clearly that there is high motivation of operatives in Gaza to push and direct terror in the West Bank," a Shin Bet source says.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
A security official from the Palestinian Authority said that members of the terror cell were planning attacks meant to take place in Israel.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
The car was passing the Hawara checkpoint, south of Nablus, when it was struck by the Molotov cocktail and subsequently set ablaze.
Balata has been the scene of tensions and armed clashes over the past few weeks between gunmen and Palestinian security forces.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
“After implementing countless warnings and attempts to reach an agreement, the IEC board of directors instructed the company’s CEO to reduce the rising debt.”
By SHARON UDASIN
The two Palestinians were throwing firebombs onto a civilian roadway.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Security forces investigating suspects, including seven Hamas operatives.
Security source confirms relatives of Gush Etzion attacker arrested; Palestinian media reports that family members of Tel Aviv attacker also arrested.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN,JPOST.COM STAFF
Said Jasser Ali died from smoke inhalation after IDF troops fired tear gas at a procession in Kfar Kadum, Palestinian sources say.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN AND YASSER OKBI
Palestinians riot as hundreds of Jewish worshipers visit Joseph's Tomb; Suspect opens fire at IDF troops escorting worshipers.
Shin Bet says one suspect from cell belonging to Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine believed handlers tied to Hezbollah.
IDF, Shin Bet arrest three Palestinians allegedly involved in the shooting, death of Ben Yosef Livnat in Nablus in 2011.
IDF catch 19-year-old Palestinian man with eight pipe bombs at Kalandiya check point, confirm he was trying arrive in Jerusalem.
Several suspects in crackdown on crime, corruption are senior security officers; IDF calls operation possible turning point for PA.
By YAAKOV KATZ
A number of Molotov cocktails thrown at IDF troops guarding 1,500 Jewish worshipers near Nablus; no injuries or damage.
10 PA officers stationed permanently at holy site; Israel also allowing PA to expand security operations in W. Bank.
After clashes break out near Itamar between settlers and Palestinians at the start of the olive harvest, IDF increases presence in hotspots.
Last month Lille’s city council enacted a “temporary freeze” in its relationship with Safed in an effort to pressure Jerusalem to end its conflict with the Palestinians.
By SAM SOKOL,JTA
Education minister says, “we cannot reduce Greater Israel, we cannot continue to agree to the shrinking and narrowing of the great vision.”
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi
Rights group claims Israel waging "unrelenting campaign of harassment" against Palestinian rights activists.
By GABRIELLA TZVIA WEINIGER
The protest was the first of its kind against the Hamdallah-lead government, which was appointed earlier this month.
Palestinian media reports settlers threw stones at Palestinian vehicles near Yitzhar in response to terror attack.
According to the IDF, some 100 Palestinian olive trees were cut down that belonged to the village of Al-Sawiya.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
"Strike, Strike, Tel Aviv," crowds chant in Nablus; protests also held in Ramallah, Hebron prior to ceaef-fire.
Five human rights groups pen letter to IDF, police asking for more West Bank security; police to expand unit fighting "price tags."
By TOVAH LAZAROFF AND BEN HARTMAN
Clashes between settlers, Palestinians erupt after settlers set fire to wheat field in W. Bank village of Orif, Palestinians claim.
By REUTERS AND JPOST.COM STAFF
MK Ben-Ari calls trial a "show," claims prosecution working out a deal which shows Jewish blood is still "cheap."
By BEN HARTMAN AND JOANNA PARASZCZUK
Former senior Mossad official says 2002's Defensive Shield operation shows force is best way to stop terror.
Immatin villager says settlers building 2 illegal permanent structures on his private land, without his consent.
By JOANNA PARASZCZUK
Member of Fatah central committee warns Israel against ignoring UN resolutions pertaining to the Israeli-Arab conflict.
Visiting Joseph's Tomb, Yishai says Jews should be allowed to frequent site more often; criticizes IDF on women singing issue.
Hamdan Taha says PA to seek World Heritage recognition for Bethlehem, Hebron, Nablus, other West Bank sites if accepted to UN agency.
Soldiers discovered the swastikas when they went to tomb to prepare for the arrival of worshipers to the tomb in advance of Yom Kippur.
IDF responds by using tear gas to disperse demonstrators in Kalandiya; Ahronovitch holds security evaluation meeting in J'lem with Danino.
By JPOST.COM STAFF AND MELANIE LIDMAN
Ahronovitch holds security evaluation meeting in Old City with police chief ahead of UN speeches; 6 youths arrested for throwing stones in separate incidents; 5,000 worshippers attend prayers on Temple Mount.
By MELANIE LIDMAN
As Abbas readies to make UN speech, public security minister holds evaluation meeting in Old City with police chief; police on high alert, brace for possibility of violent clashes; roughly 22,000 officers mobilized.
By JPOST.COM STAFF AND YAAKOV LAPPIN
As Abbas readies to make UN speech, roughly 22,000 officers mobilized; force on Special Alert Level 3C – one alert level before the highest.
Thousands gather in Ramallah, Hebron, Nablus, Kalkilya ahead of expected bid for UN membership and statehood later this week.
By JPOST.COM STAFF AND REUTERS
Palestinian Authority spokesman says increase in violence in PA held territory could lead to cycle of sectarian violence.
Senior gov't leaders and the heads of the settlement movement condemn the infiltration of army base during which 13 vehicles were damaged.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF, YAAKOV LAPPIN AND LAHAV HARKOV
Netanyahu: "Price-tag" attack a despicable crime; 13 military vehicles vandalized by right-wing extremists in Judea and Samaria.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN AND JPOST.COM STAFF
13 military vehicles marked with the words "Price Tag," and "Greetings from Migron"; IDF condemns vandalism, says culprits will be caught.
13 military vehicles tagged with the words "Price Tag," and "Greetings from Migron"; IDF condemns vandalism, says culprits will be caught.
13 military vehicles tagged with the words "Price Tag," and "Greetings from Migron"; Livni says such vandalism is "crossing a red line."
The EU and Germany will fund a 40 million euro wastewater treatment plant in east Nablus to handle sewage that currently flows untreated into the surrounding soil and groundwater.
Ramadan is the holiest month in the Islamic calendar when Muslims fast from dawn to dusk.
PA authorities say the move is intended to help Palestinian potato farmers who complain market is flooded with cheap Israeli spuds.
By ARIEH O’SULLIVAN / THE MEDIA LINE
Palestinian pediatric cardiac patients are treated and their doctors trained by Israelis.
"Faces of the Middle East" at the Ecole biblique et archéologique française de Jérusalem features previously unseen 20th-century portraits.
By BARRY DAVIS
Analysis: A future failure with one country could embolden the other “rogue” nation to abandon talks yet again.
Marc Israel Sellem talks about his Top 7 photos of the year, including Migron, Dead Sea, social protests.
By ELIEZER SHERMAN
Shaka’ah said in his letter of resignation that he and all the members of the municipal council decided to resign to avoid “chaos” in the city because of the crisis.
When the first visitors arrived at the tomb late Sunday night, they saw that vandals had cut the electricity and broken the lights.
Andrew Friedman meets the new-age farmers of Givot Olam.
By ANDREW FRIEDMAN
Coalition chair Yariv Levin writes he is "deeply moved" by those looking to ban left-wing organization.
By SAM SOKOL
Accompanied by hundreds of his hassidim, Yisrael Hager visited the shrine to make a prayer ahead of Rosh Hashana.
By JEREMY SHARON
Zieva Dauber Konvisser’s ‘Living Beyond Terrorism’ is a look at how
48 survivors of terror move forward with hope and optimism. An excerpt.
By ZIEVA DAUBER-KONVISSER
Dr. Raphael Walden could not resist showing his NGO’s political agenda with his claim that our government is abdicating “Jewish values” and his description of the Israeli occupation as “the mother of all sins.”
By Jerusalem Post Readers
Long-unseen photos from the 1927 earthquake have been uncovered.
By LARRY BEN-DAVID
The Palestinian Authority has accused Fatah gunmen of imposing a rein of terror and intimidation on Balata camp residents and wealthy families living in Nablus.
Abbas orders inquiry into incident in which four shots fired at car of Hasan Khraisheh, an independent elected member of the Palestinian Legislative Council.
12 licenses would be temporarily suspended pending further investigation if the current truce breaks down and heavy fighting resumes.
The man, Sa'di al-Sakhel, suffered massive heart attack after Palestinian Authority security agents arrested his son, Musab.
Several Palestinian groups announced that they will boycott Rami Hamdallah’s government.
Rami Hamdallah tells reporters in West Bank that power-sharing deal with Hamas is the way to get rid of occupation.
4 women said pregnant with the illicitly obtained sperm; Nablus doctor: We're storing dozens of frozen sperm samples.
Gunmen hold public press conference in Balata refugee camp, demanding an inquiry into arrest of Fatah activists by PA forces.
In first event of its kind in West Bank sanctioned by Palestinian Authority, thousands gather in Nablus to celebrate Hamas.
Worst anti-Israel clashes take place in Bethlehem, Hebron; IDF soldiers use rubber bullets, tear gas to disperse stone-throwers.
Wearing a white hat with a flap to protect him from the hot sun, 57-year old Muallem, prepares for the harvest.
By BY LINDA GRADSTEIN/THE MEDIA LINE
Palestinian Authority announces that it is studying the possibility of importing cheaper fuel from Arab countries.
Some groups are calling for the resignation of PA Prime Minsiter Fayyad, who they hold responsible for price hikes.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH AND REUTERS
Palestinian university student had spent 16 months in Israeli prison before being arrested by PA.
Nablus demonstration marks launch of a large-scale campaign to exert pressure on the two parties to end division.
Following clashes between Border Police and demonstrators in W. Bank village Kfar Kadum, IDF sets dog on protesters.
Three-and-a-half years have passed since the prisoner committed the armed robbery for which he was eventually sentenced.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Twenty-five year old American girl raped in middle of afternoon in store at market; two suspects arrested.
By BEN HARTMAN
Three murderers of Ben Yosef Livnat indicted in IDF's Samaria Court after his death in 2011 at Joseph's Tomb in Nablus.
One Palestinian, two Israel Arabs Suspected of attempted murder after allegedly poisoning Ra'anana family for nationalistic reasons.
Unidentified assailants try to torch two cars in Awarta southeast of Nablus, run away before succeeding.
By NIDA TUMA AND BEN HARTMAN
Traffic police, Border Guard identify 2 suspicious 17-year-olds near Tapuah Junction; discover knives, gun, powerful explosives which may have been intended for terrorist attack at crowded hitchhikers post.
Traffic police, Border Guard identify 2 suspicious 17-year-olds near Tapuah Junction; discover explosives, knives, gun.
Members of the Samaritan community took part in a traditional pilgrimage marking the holiday of Succot near the West Bank city of Nablus.
By BEN HARTMAN AND REUTERS
Patriot missile battery shoots down the drone in the first such event since Gaza operation began.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,REUTERS
Palestinian man shot dead during clashes with IDF in Nablus; a second Palestinian killed in Ramallah after protesters attack PA police.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,KHALED ABU TOAMEH
Follow all the latest updates on the aftermath of the discovery of the bodies of yeshiva students Gil-Ad Shaer, Eyal Yifrah and Naftali Fraenkel here.
Any amateur sleuth, from Nancy Drew to Miss Marple – to say nothing of seasoned forensic specialists – can instantly detect what’s wrong with this picture.
By SARAH HONIG
Israel will not feel itself bound by any set of laws which limits its maneuverability in the adjacent maritime areas.
By DAVID NEWMAN
THE MAYANS, whose own civilization came to an ignominious end long ago at the hands of a decidedly noncosmic phenomenon – they were massacred by the plundering Spaniards – would have chuckled to see the tens of thousands of curious tourists who descended on Chichen Itza and the Kukulkan Pyramid.
By RABBI STEWART WEISS
There might be a serious split within Palestinian society over return to a future Palestinian state.
By MARCUS SHEFF
The former Maccabi TA coach will be the first Israeli to coach in the NBA, but also the first to make the leap from Europe to the NBA as a head coach.
By ALLON SINAI
American-Israeli coach says he does not know yet which US team he will be joining, rejects rumors about move to Cleveland Cavaliers.
Achziv is a magical place and not simply a grandiose distortion of our youth-seeking imagination.
By DAVID BRINN
Samaritans to perform ancient rite of animal sacrifice, which is unique among the world's monotheistic faiths.
By GIL ZOHAR/TRAVELUJAH
From Christmas markets in Bethlehem to parades in Nazareth, the Holy Land is the place to truly experience seasonal festivity. There's something for everyone to enjoy this Christmas.
By NICOLE JANSEZIAN, TRAVELUJAH
Ultra-modern visitor center will showcase ancient Jewish history.
By FELICE FRIEDSON/THE MEDIA LINE
4 Palestinians arrested at crossing in West Bank; suspected of plot against Samaria Military Court.
Ma'an report says 33-year-old man shot by IDF soldiers; IDF confirms it was operating in area, had been working to quell violent protests.